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or something. - monk... she is not trudy. i spoke to natalie. she's worried about you. - yeah, well, i'm worried about natalie. - shut up. let me talk. you and i both know what's going on here. you're frustrated. it's been 12 years since trudy. you're getting your wires crossed. we haven't been able to solve her murder, so you're fixating on this case, on this woman. - i'm not fixating. - there's got to be six dozen flowers here. natalie says you've missed two appointments with dr. bell, and you're not eating. - i'm not hungry. - she also said that-- that you and your friend samuel have a suspect. - kenneth nichols. - and you're planning to go undercover in his restaurant to get closer to him? - [speaking yoruba] "he's the guy." - okay, um... you don't happen to have an oh, i don't know, say, evidence? - he has a record-- drunk driving. and we found some rice on the van. - some rice? well, doesn't he own a restaurant?? - yes. - well, it's not exactly a smoking gun, is it? i mean, there's rice all over this town. it's the san francisco treat. - all right, i'll check the guy out. i'm on
with samuel. - you're working with samuel? - he lost his wife, leland. they ran trudy over and just kept on driving. - you mean ansara. trudy was your wife. - wait a second. picture go back. make picture go back. - all right, all right. there you go. - picture go regular. - is that the same van? - he turned around. the surveillance camera is there. he was driving west. he was getting away. then he turned around. why would he turn around? - guilt. - no, he did not come back to help my wife or call a doctor. there was no guilt. - excuse me. how are you guys doing? - we're living the dream, man. - great. are you guys here a lot, drinking beer? hanging out? slacking, you know, off? - slacking off? are you a cop? - not technically. it's a long story. - hey, we got time. and we love stories. - well, i was suffering from what the doctors called a psychotic break-- - mr. monk, they don't care. - no. - okay, there was a hit-and-run two weeks ago on pine street. did you hear anything about it? - it was on the 17th, a tuesday night. please try to remember. - were you guys here that night around 8:1
are unheard of. you're a rare commodity. i just don't think that we hear about sting and trudy. i mean, i have others that i can't remember right now, but lots of people that have stayed married forever. what about tom hanks and his wife? so i feel like it is just sort of, you know, tabloid fodder. and i also feel like i would never want to feel like i'm better than somebody else because i have a marriage that works and here's my secret and i know better. there's something unappealing about it. i feel lucky, i feel grateful. i think i just got lucky. yes, we work on it, but i don't have any tips for anybody. i don't know what the secret is. we just got lucky and we work at it and that's it. like i would never want to say, "well, here's the thing you need to do."\that's unappealing to me. tavis: okay, i get it now. >> okay. tavis: so speaking of needing to do and wanting to do, now that you have this newfound freedom after seven years of "the closer" and "the possession" is out now, what do you want to do with your life now? is it movies? >> i really want to do more movies. i've always loved fi
to the commander of the fort and that is what he did. with his tiny gun and a fabulous four when trudy locris battery, down an elevator, through an amphitheater that looked like a football field and they went into the depths of this guns and -- guns of navarrone type situation and went to the commanding officer's office. edlund decided to break through the board. at that point of the commanding officer looked at him and said what do you want? he said we would like you to surrender the fort. the commanding officer was incredulous. you are only four men. he picked up the steel telephone. you are my prisoner. at that point robert edlund proudly had one of the greatest moves of world war ii. he pulled out a hand grenade and put it between his legs and said you are going to surrender the locris battery. 800 men from the locris battery surrendered after he broadcast that over the loudspeaker. incredible story of world war ii it is completely documented in the national archives. for his efforts robert edlund received the bronze star. colonel rider put him in for the medal of honor. eventually receiv
sick. i am so done with this sick individual. and this from trudy, it reveals a liar busted, exhibiting concern about his problem of his world and having to spend of his life apologizing. he's the victim through his eyes. no remorse for others at all. and i'm wondering, are you going to watch the rest of his interview with oprah tonight? another hour and a half on the own network? hmm, i'll still pondering because what else can he possibly say? thank you so much for joining me today. i'm carol costello. >>> "cnn newsroom" continues now with ashleigh banfield. >> oh, carol, he can say so much more. i'm dying to see it. thank you, miss costello. hi, everybody. i'm ashleigh banfield. he didn't tell all, but he sure told plenty, didn't he? finally coming clean about doping, but never believing he was actually cheating, not at the time anyway. and now, well, if you caught part one of lance armstrong's full baring session with oprah winfrey, you know this is not the lance who cruised to seven tour de france bicycle victories and rolled over anyone who crossed him. this lance is saying yes, af
to introduce all of you to my wife of 40 years, trudi inslee. [applause] we met at ingraham high schoo in 1966, and any of you who doubt the power of public education, it is great, i can tell you that. we raise her family and a century-old farmhouse in the yakima valley. i'd also like you to meet my three boys and their families, connor, joe, jack and his wife megan, our grandson brody, and the newest inslee, zoe ann. [applause] this is a very special day for my family. all of our elected families. and this is a very special time for many other families in our state for this reason. people all across washington stood up for fairness and family in approving marriage equality last november. we should all be proud. [applause] we should all be proud. the vote on referendum 74 represents the best of who we are as a state. it should be an inspiration for the progress we can make, always towards equality, always towards fairness, always towards justice all across the state of washington. it has been an amazing journey over the past year and a half, as i've traveled to all corners of the state. i am a
. and this from trudy, it reveals a liar busted, exhibiting concern about his problem of his world and having to spend of his life apologizing. he's the victim through his eyes. no remorse for others at all. and i'm wondering, are you going to watch the rest of his interview with oprah tonight? another hour and a half on the own network?
years, trudi inslee. we met at ingraham high school and raised our family in a century-old farmhouse in the yakima valley. i'd also like you to meet my three boys and their families, connor, joe, jack and his wife megan, our grandson brody, and the newest inslee, zoe ann. this is a very special day for my family. in history for many other families. people all across washington stood up for fairness and family in approving marriage equality last november. we should all be proud. [applause] the vote on referendum 74 represents the best of who we are as a state. it should be an inspiration for the progress we can make, towards equality, fairness and justice across all of washington. it has been an amazing journey over the past year and a half, as i've traveled to all corners of the state. i am a 5th generation son of the state of washington, and am proud to have roots in this state that are as wide as theymy family came to this state as fishermen and gold miners. as a single mother working at bartels drugstore. my uncle and cousins build the best airplanes in the world at boeing, my dad
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